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Everything posted by BCR#1

  1. They're making a lot of the parts in house now. Bill
  2. I wouldn't trade either one of my Springfield 1911's for any striker fired plastic out there. Bill
  3. I dealer is starting to see some come back after 3-4 months. Bill
  4. I would try different mags before selling the pistol. Have you ever cleaned the extractor channel? Bill
  5. I just went and checked all of my "German" made pistols. The 228 is actually a 92 date code, not 94. All four have the rolled steel slides w/pinned removable breech blocks that are acceptance stamps/date codes on the slides chin. All "real German" made guns. The 226 even has a Herndon VA stamp. Bill
  6. I gladly paid $760.00 for a 94 dated West German made 228 in 98% condition as I collect West German made Sig pistols and now have a complete collection of them. Bill
  7. Location? What size battery for the Aimpoint? Bill
  8. BCR#1

    Got my CMP 1911

    People are flipping them on GB for double what they paid depending on condition. CMP has let it be known that they will cut you off from future sales if they find out you sold it for a profit. How they accomplish that is another matter. Bill
  9. I run a Sightmark Ultra reflex sight on my 9mm carbine. A 4 MOA red/green dot sight I paid $75.00 for. Holds zero after removal. All around good sight for the money. Works fine with a BUIS . Bill
  10. I found this company through THR and they have good prices and free shipping. I wish they sold lead projectiles though. https://www.rmrbullets.com/ Bill
  11. Lose the rail and I might buy one. Bill
  12. Now the little worm is back peddling. https://news.yahoo.com/beto-orourke-open-idea-letting-204116054.html Bill
  13. I've shot a few glocks and wasn't impressed at all. I doubt a 320 would be any different. Bill
  14. That's good to know Eric. I'm a Sig snob but all of mine are old school W. German guns (4) except my 229 .40 S&W (04) and M11A1 (13). All run flawlessly and most have 5K or more through them. I have no desire to own the 3 or 9 series striker fired guns. Bill
  15. Really Eric? What model's are you referring to? Bill
  16. If you find a conversion that cheap, you better snatch it up, no matter the condition. Bill
  17. This is from my 2011 Lee 2nd edition manual. Bill
  18. Ebay has them for $20.00 with free shipping so i ordered one for my 20 gauge. Bill
  19. Oh goody, show and tell. I love my two 550B's. The Rock Chucker on the end is for rifle only. Bill
  20. Maybe they'll have a wine of the month club. What a bunch of moron's they are. Bill
  21. I also highly recommend the Lee loading manual. There should be numerous videos on you tube explaining how to set up your machine. Good luck and start out slow. Bill
  22. I shoot bullseye pistol every week at my local club. My rim fire gun is a stainless Ruger Mark II that I found on GB last year for $400.00 shipped. If I do my part, I can get most 10 round strings in the black of a slow fire pistol target at 25 yards using CCI SV ammo. Bill
  23. Send it back to RIA, let them deal with it. Bill

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